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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 April 2018

* 2018 will be the year apps go to the edge >>
* Mini Brains Just Got Creepier—they’re Growing Their Own Veins >>
* Suit that gives you electric shocks makes VR more realistic >>

* Nasa’s Newest X-plane Could Revive Supersonic Flight For The Masses >>
* Did You Know That A Satellite Crashes Back To Earth About Once A Week, On Average? >>
* How babies learn – and why robots can’t compete >>

* A second ‘Big Bang’ may be what ends the universe >>
* Corda blockchain operating system for financial markets >>
* Rocket Lab will try to launch its first commercial mission this month >>

* Zipline’s Bigger, Faster Drones Will Deliver Blood in the United States This Year >>
* Blockchain supply chain and Blockchain IoT will significantly boost global GDP by 2030 >>
* Facebook Messenger works with 360-degree photos and HD videos >>

* Privacy fears as police departments team up with tech firms to create AI body cams that can recognize faces in real time >>
* Amazon (and Alexa) know a whole lot about you. Here’s how download and delete that info. >>
* Intel brings a six-core i9 CPU to laptops >>

* AI and robots will destroy fewer jobs than previously feared, says new OECD report >>
* Google Workers Urge CEO To Pull Out of Pentagon AI Project >>
* AWS launches a cheaper single-zone version of its S3 storage service >>

* Our obsession with a ‘free’ internet led to Facebook data row >>
* Mind-reading headset lets you Google just with your thoughts >>
* How companies around the world apply machine learning >>

* Is venture capital ready for companies with no founders? >>
* Google matches 100 percent of its power consumption with renewables >>
* Microsoft commits to spending $5 billion over four years on IoT >>

* Apple thinks putting on a VR headset could help fight nausea in the car >>
* Students did not benefit from studying according to their supposed learning style >>
* OnePlus 6 will come with 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage >>

* Astronomers Spy Swarms of Black Holes at Our Galaxy’s Core >>
* Robots won’t take as many of our jobs as we feared, says report >>
* CRISPR and DNA ‘barcode’ track cancer growth >>

* DARPA-funded prosthetic memory system successful in humans, study finds >>
* Elon Musk sleeping at the Gigafactory and directly in charge of Model 3 production >>
* Ultrasound-Powered Nerve Implant Works Deep in Body >>

* Hyperloop One makes its way to Saudi Arabia one tube at a time >>
* Watch Live Today: Scripting the “Quantum Age” with Tools Fashioned from Subatomic Particles >>
* MIOPS Splash: The world’s first smartphone-controlled water drop photography kit >>

* Japan’s NHK will demo an 8K camera that can shoot 240fps slow motion at NAB 2018 >>
* Shape-Shifting Robots on Titan and 24 Other Wild Tech Ideas Have Caught NASA’s Eye >>
* Another cheap new Uber rival called ViaVan just launched in London >>

* After Tiangong-1, What Are the Next Big Pieces of Space Junk to Crash to Earth? >>
* The death of the newsfeed >>
* Microsoft now offers AI courses as a skill for your CV >>

* $20,000 mail drone takes flight — and hits a wall >>
* Adobe’s AI will automatically color-match shots in Premiere >>
* Self-healing metal oxides could protect against corrosion >>

* US’ proposed China tariffs would target robotics and satellites >>
* Tech company coalition aims to defend self-driving cars over road deaths >>
* Tech execs respond to YouTube shooting, call for gun control >>

* In ‘Ready Player One,’ the real world doesn’t matter >>
* Trump should invest in Amazon, not destroy it >>
* How the Dynamic Learning Project is building teacher confidence >>

* This Unknown Rock Will Revolutionize Transportation >>
* MIT cuts ties with brain preservation startup Nectome >>
* The World’s Fastest Delivery Drone Takes Off >>

* Facebook Is Not the Problem. Lax Privacy Rules Are. >>
* Simulated View Of A Newly Forming Planetary System With Rings And Gaps >>
* PROCSIMA: Wedding Two Beam Concepts >>

* Modular Active Self-Assembling Space Telescope Swarms >>
* Intrepid Crater on Mars from Opportunity >>
* Apple Hires Google’s A.I. Chief >>

* Facebook Spaces VR avatars kind of look like real people now >>
* SpaceX launch will bring science and supplies to ISS and return with a glitchy Robonaut >>
* Self-care apps are booming >>

* 3D printed bridge looks like alien technology >>
* Xilinx adaptive and intelligent computing will give 20 times better performance for deep learning >>
* We can do better than meeting spec >>

* Can New Forensic Tech Win War On AI-Generated Fake Images? >>
* This news site claims its AI writes “unbiased” articles >>
* Reddit’s first redesign in years is a major one >>

* Will Mind-Reading Computers Replace Human Speech? >>
* Generation Z is bored with the Internet >>

* Apple hires Google’s former AI boss to help improve Siri >>
* Netflix’s Lost in Space undermines a strong premise with stupid characters >>
* Robots And AI: The Future Is Automated And Every Job Is At Risk [Automation, Pt. 1] >>

* Fifth Age Of Macintosh: What Happens If Apple Dumps Intel? >>
* Three Concepts for Managing AI >>
* Create accessible training with Initiafy and Amazon Polly >>

* Here’s who owns everything in Big Media today >>
* 4K Chromebook might be in the works >>
* YouTube shooting suspect had been angry over filtering, demonetization >>

* Robot Test For Software Engineers >>
* Robots might solve Japan’s labour problems >>
* Apple’s AR glasses may be closer than we think >>

* NASA’s supersonic X-Plane is expected to take flight in 2021 >>
* Tesla Driver Tries To Recreate Fatal Autopilot Crash, Nearly Crashes Himself >>

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